Bhutan Cultural and Hiking Tour

From picturesque landscapes, tranquil villages, scenic walking trails, pristine forests, friendly people, towering mountains, charming farmhouses, vibrant architecture, intact environment, soft hiking in the bosom of mother nature to relaxation, we will help find you moments to connect with Bhutan and also with your inner self. 

Bhutan Heli Scenic Flights

Besides riding on the back of a dragon a helicopter ride offers the ringside view to enjoy the majesty of the Bhutanese Himalayas. No matter if you are a frequent flyer or this is your first flight, we have an experience for everyone. Whether you're looking for a fantastic photography, an anniversary lunch in the remote highlands or just a joyride, we will help you get the perfect shots at the perfect spots

Bhutan Birding Tour | Birdwatching in Bhutan

With the largest area under forest cover and protected sanctuaries for its size and lauded with prestigious environmental conservation awards. Bhutan has a wealth of flora, fauna and avi fauna unrivalled in the Himalayas and has aptly been named a hotspot for ecological biodiversity. 

Over the years, Bhutan is increasingly being described as the birding capital of the world owing to the diverse species ranging from ducks, waders, birds of prey, thrushes, finches, trogon, warblers, sunbirds, honey guides, monal pheasant and buntings.  Bhutan is currently home to 770 birds and more than 50 species of migratory birds. The country harbors more than 16 species of vulnerable birds that are in danger of extinction.

The different variations of altitude, climatic zones, vegetation and topography within a small land mass like ours offers ample opportunities to see and admire ( and photograph) a wide range of species. Every year new species continues to be spotted to our delight. We have the requisite experience and expertise to take you to close to the many different kinds of birds and also help you fill up your check list. We offer trips of any duration and programs can be customized to suit your time in our part of the Himalayas.


Bhutan has four distinct seasons, each season has its own character and charm. Our small Kingdom is an year-round destination therefore it is entirely up to you to decide on your travel period that befits your schedule and convenience.

Hike to the Sacred Chumphu Nye

The sacred Chumphu Nye lies ensconced in the north eastern frontiers of the Paro valley (2250m). Owing to the 14km of hiking and the off-the-grid aspect there are multiple occasions when you have the entire trail for yourself amidst the tranquil forests, the trail is accessed by a 30 minute drive from Paro center followed by a 4 hour hike through foliage of pine, oak and rhododendrons. The trail dotted with multiple sacred sites runs parallel to the crystal clear dho chu river which nurtures the fertile rice fields of the Shari and Doteng communities. The walk is flat with minimal gradient until the last section of the trail at a bridge located at the base of the hill on which Chumphu sits. 




The Snowman Trek

Regarded as the most difficult trek in the world, the snowman trek still inspires and continues to awe many intrepid trekkers. It is also said that more people have summited everest than have successfully completed the snowman trek. This abridged version of the Snowman Trek is an extension of the beautiful laya / gasa trek and leads from laya into the remote highlands of the bhutanese himalayas before emerging back into civilization. 

Gross National Happiness

Economists the world over have argued that the key to happiness is obtaining and enjoying material development. Bhutan however, adheres to a very different belief and advocates that amassing material wealth does not necessarily lead to happiness. Bhutan tries to measure progress not by the popular idea of Gross Domestic Product but by through Gross National Happiness.

Australia - Bhutan Friendship Offer

The year 2018 is a special occasion for the Kingdom of Bhutan and Australia as it marks 15 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

To commemorate this happy occasion, the Royal Government of Bhutan is pleased to present the “Bhutan – Australia Friendship Offer” to welcome all nationals of Australia to visit Bhutan in 2018.

The Sinchula Trail

There is no denying that the healing powers of nature-therapy is absorbed to the brim in places and trails forgotten by the ravages of time. The Sinchula trail is one such trail where tranquility and luxuriant environment reigns supreme. 

Motorcycling in the Himalayas

The heightened senses, purr of the engine, shifting scenery, the in control feel and the wind behind our backs is a great way to enjoy the picturesque landscape, negotiate the mountainsides, ascend our high mountain passes and inhale that  pure himalayan pine scented breeze.




Far Eastern Bhutan

This adventure focuses on the far eastern parts of Bhutan where few travellers venture. We start in Assam and work our way by road all the way back to Paro. It's an epic journey that takes you to remote villages and meets diverse ethnic groups. It's a unique travel experience in every sense.

Long Weekend in Bhutan

Make a long weekend from a short visit, we'll get you around the Paro Valley and capital city of Thimphu to taste the Bhutanese culture and help you understand why Bhutan is such a peaceful and charming destination.

Koras of Dra Karp

Accompanied by two good friends we set off to Nyechen Dra Karp on a quest to awaken the mind, purify negativities, renew spirituality, restore energy, connect with the higher powers, revitalise inner peace, accrue positive merits and feed our soul with peace.

Cultural Heartlands Tour

Spend a little more time immersed in the history and cultural treasures of Bhutan. A gentle pace of travel made easier with an internal flight across the country, and filled with the very best of Bhutan's spiritual icons.

Beautiful Laya Gasa Trek

18 Day trek high into the Himalayas, leaving the roads of Bhutan in the hot springs town of Gasa and continuing upwards to higher altitude. The journey is marked by stunning views of the Himalayas, spectacular campsites and a diverse range of cultures to meet.